Christmas Look Book - Timeless ChicTraditional Living Room, Glasgow
Natural materials and finishes set to bring you a classic Christmas style.
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Give your space a glowCandles and tealights are a lovely way to create a warm, rustic glow at Christmas. You can position them all around your home, but always make sure you only light them when you’re going to stay in the room, especially if there are other festive decorations around. Alternatively, opt for battery-powered versions that give off a flickering glow without the actual flame. If decorations aren’t really your thing, then lighting simple candles will instantly add festive warmth to your home.Want to make your own festive candle lanterns? Here’s how
Celebrate Christmas The first part of winter is almost inextricably bound up with the approach of the festive season. So it would be churlish not to allow the twinkliness and magic of this time of year into your home. If you’re strict about not putting up your tree and decorations too early, you can still spin out the magic and get some extra Yuletide spirit by lighting candles and fairy lights ahead of time, to add a little sparkle on gloomy nights.TELL US… What do you love about your home in winter? Share your thoughts and photos in the Comments below.